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Jan 30, 2013 4:30pm PST
the cause. peter arment is the aerospace analyst at investment firm sterne agee. >> tom: boeing still plans to ramp up production of that dreamliner, triple the number it dlivers and takes payment f. how confident are you it can stick with that? >> we're very confident. i mean, yes, there is no question there is headline risk with the 787. i think that there is concerns about what the ultimate solution will be, or root cause. but everything we have seen, it is a battery defect. this plane has had over a million flight hours in terms of testing those batteries in the labs. and that it would exceed in its life. we think ultimately that's what is going to be the end result, and boeing will get back to delivering the aircraft in the second quarter. >> tom: let' look at the backlog that boeing has had. it is a record backlog. 85% comes from commercial airlines, 15% from the military and space division. a lot is riding not only on the 787, but the 737, isn't it? >> it is a big driver of profitability for the company. it is definitely their most profitable platform. they have a tremendous amount i
Jan 29, 2013 2:00am PST
growing public anger, agee has been targeted by a wave of attacks, including a bomb blast at a neighbor's office. employees regularly face threats. the government is now considering weather it can invoke the mandate to collect taxes -- whether it can revoke the mandate to collect taxes. >> economic hardship to rise two people to attempt suicide nearly each day. it affects every profession. it is a scandal. >> he said desperation drove him to risk his life on top of st. peter's. his protest is unlikely to be the last, calling attention to the human cost of italy's economic crisis. >> even in times of crisis, the european union attracts hundreds of thousands of people who come every year in search of a better life, but europe does not always provide a welcome. countries like greece lack the resources to deal with asylum applications, and human rights organizations have criticized their catastrophic conditions in the camps of the eu's borders. those who actually make it to the heart of europe often only do so illegally. luxembourg is one particularly popular destination for immigrants, bot
Jan 1, 2013 5:30am PST
of representatives, agee won't become law until -- won't become law until it is approved by the house of representatives. >> in the venezuelan capital caracas, new year's celebrations were muted. church services were held for president hugo just as following his -- hugo chavez following his recent surgery. this video of bloated to the internet shows the destruction in duma following an airstrike. the conflict in syria has dragged on for nearly two years. many people have escaped the violence to neighboring countries. turkey has taken some 147,000 assyrian refugees while lebanon has become home to 126,000 -- 147,000 syrian refugees while lebanon has become home to 126,000. now to the refugee camp in southern turkey. tell us something of what you have seen there. at about -- and about what refugees are telling you. >> this is one of the first camps which were built to cope with the rising tide of refugees which streamed into the country after the government unleashed its campaign against pro- democracy movement 21 months ago. the people i have been talking to are the people who arrived
Jan 1, 2013 8:30am EST
. >> it'ssa real book. parent who isshave kids who are approprrate for this book, middle school agee say, kids maybe some younger, maybe some older should notice not a book with a lot of big pictures and aafew words..3 it is reaa book.ú& >> yess theyymaae me write a3 lot of words..3 >> it is a reel story. ú& >> iihave to dd that. >> anddittis interestingú first book well,,the reason somewhat my pprpose in having book with a diiosaur onnthe cover called seeenthhgrade asiddefromm3 themaaically it is like adolescence you feel like a creature but lso as you prooably know, it is very hard to get young boys in3 that age bracket, actually up to 15 and 16, althouuh &-harry potter has been a fantastic exception. it issreally ard to get peeple to reaa.úú& >> i have a twelve year old. >> yes,,for instancee this >> how can he not rrad it. >> ighh, how can he not read it but i am thhnkknn of variouu serree meeeing that3 aae, whether it is nate the great, orrdiary of wimpp kidd are larrely picture books with words, not really
FOX News
Jan 3, 2013 3:00pm PST
. she is with slugo. both orphans. they are 80 years old but they never ageed. slugo. >> bob: they are your size, too. >> dana: i guarantee you that nancy likes sunset for sure. you are wrong on that. >> dana: for those who send me picture of your dog send your favorite sunset to greg on twitter. >> greg: you evil person. that is it for "the five." thank you for watching. see you tomorrow. captioned by closed captioning services, inc >> bret: a new congress. new downgrade threat. new battle. three days in to the new year. this is "special report." ♪ ♪ >> bret: good evening. i'm bret baier. a new congress sworn in today is getting ready for a familiar fight up against a new deadline. the way divided government washington worked or not worked in recent months. an american dream is in peril because of the growing deficit and national debt. senate majority leader talked about spending reductions, balanced with revenue from the wealthiest in the country. the messages could not be different. but the fight is the same. senior white house correspondent wendell goler has the lead
FOX Business
Jan 10, 2013 4:00pm EST
. ashley: very good. lori: learned something. ashley: you're not a novice at all. steven, stern agee managing director. lori: thanks, steven. >> thank you. lori: coming up we'll look at innovative health care technologies that helps people remember to take your meds with lights and sounds. keep it right here. whistles and bells ahead here on fox business. ♪ . >> announcer: you never know when, but thieves can steal your identity and turn your life upside down. >> hi. >> hi. you know, i can save you 15% today if you open up a charge card account with us. >> you just read my mind. >> announcer: just one little piece of information and they can open bogus accounts, stealing your credit, your money and ruining your reputation. that's why you need lifelock to relentlessly protect what matters most... [beeping...] helping stop crooks before your identity is attacked. and now you can have the most comprehensive identity theft protection available today... lifelock ultimate. so for protection you just can't get anywhere else, get lifelock ultimate. >> i didn't know how serious identity the
Jan 21, 2013 6:00am EST
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Jan 30, 2013 6:00pm EST
cases like philip agee, not things like john kiriakou. it was to prevent the revealing of covert identities for profit or to aid the enemy. in this case, john confirmed the name of a torturer to a journalist, which makes no mcbride's stamen all the more hypocritical because the biggest leaker of classified information, including sources and methods and under cover identities, have been u.s. government. >> john kiriakou, explain what it is you were trying to expose. explain what you were involved with, talk about abu zubaydah, your involvement in the finding of him, and then the course you took, where your conscience took the. >> sure. in 2002, and was the chief counter-terrorism of operations for the cia in pakistan. my job was to try to locate al qaeda fighters were al qaeda leaders and capture them to turn them over to the justice department's and have them face trial. that was the original idea, not to have them sit in cuba for the next decade. but we caught abu zubaydah. he was shot three times by pakistani police as he was tried to escape from his safe house. i was the first
FOX Business
Jan 16, 2013 1:00pm EST
agee and cantor fitzgerald. they think this is a great opportunity. back to you. tracy: shibani, forgive me, it is a big ol' dating system. lori: apple setting its sights on china. the ways iphone maker plans to make inroads there. tracy: lake levels in michigan are low. this translates to higher prices on store shelves across the nation. we'll talk more about that. we'll talk more about that and let's look at some winners and losers on the nasdaq. we'll be right back. [ indistinct shouting ] ♪ [ indistinct shouting ] [ male announcer ] time and sales data. split-second stats. [ indistinct shouting ] ♪ it's so close to the options floor... [ indistinct shouting, bell dinging ]'ll bust your brain box. ♪ all onhinkorswim from td ameritrade. ♪ lori: more bearish calls on apple today but the stock is resisting. shibani joshi tells us why. >> yeah, would think the stock is down considering how pessimistic people have been on apple shares. shares are not down today but down over the last three months or so, down 20%. but bucking the trend a couple things that could have
Jan 22, 2013 6:00am EST
on monday. 51-year-old leader is beginning to show his agee pells us... if you take a look atthistory, you'll find he's in good comppny. company. it happened to bill clinton, george w. bush and jimmy carter, and now it's happeningg to president obamaawhat did all tese men have in common, besides holding the highest office in the u.s.?aal of them quickly turned gray duuing word - stress."there's a condition calleddtelogen effluviuu, ann in a nut shell telogen efffuvvum is when we're losiig our haii more rapidly than we should."as the stress triggers this pondition,,it causes the hair follicle loses a hair, and the - hair grows back, it uses up when eacc new hair ffllicle is replaced, pgment is ussd. once the pigment runs as president obama entees his second term, it's harr not to notiic the ffst-spreading speckles of with the economy, gun conttol and overseas conflicts on his plate, he may see more speckles to come."you only get cells."so what can thh four years?"i think e'lll probably be like billlclintoo full head offgray air."for today's health minute, i'm susan
Jan 3, 2013 9:00am EST
, on citigroup, trading down a quarter of a percent. but stern agee was interesting because he says that mike core vath is a game changer. he took office three moment ago at this point. the stock has rallied 20% since then? >> he is undoing a lot what vikram pandit wanted to do. i think it is an undervalued. i think the group is very undervalued. >> what is citigroup? is it a mortgage company? a commercial bank? >> i think it wants to be a commercial bank. >> wells fargo, they want to be a lot of things but the heart of it they are a mortgage company and a bank. i'm talking about lending money, making net interest margin and getting back. still trying to figure out what citigroup is >> >> very difficult situation to figure out. they try to make it the international emerging market bank, changing that view. bank of america, brian moynihan, positive saying we are going to start lending. they have been lending, but turn on the spigots. be careful with that. >> bottom of your screen, ford sales, december sales, better than expected, 1.9% versus 1.6%. that goes in line to with what you are predict
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